This lovely apartment feels super spacious. Perhaps due to the higher-than-average ceilings for a Manhattan apartment, or maybe it’s the private terrace adding valuable square footage to the already generous proportions.
Enter the apartment into the long main living room. The rich parquet floor and crisp, bright white walls make the space feel open and unimposing. A lovely dining table for four sits separately from the cosy lounge area with deep sumptuous sofa, which opens into a double bed, and an armchair. Pops of zesty colour burst from the bold art and accent fabrics. The external door at the end of the room leads straight out to the generous private terrace. Hang a string of lights out here and enjoy warm alfresco evenings with friends.
The bedroom is a fantastic size with a double bed and plenty of built-in closet space. The neat kitchen has been intentionally designed for efficient city living and the pleasant bathroom has a bathtub and shower head.
Here in Yorkville just around the corner from Lexington and Madison Avenues you will not be short of aesthetic distractions or tasty creations. Upscale boutiques, celebrated eateries and enchanting galleries abound.
Hop on the East Ferry at E.90th Street Ferry Terminal to zip to Brooklyn and Queens in record time. At the East end of your street you’ll find Carl Schurz Park, over-looking the East River and home to Gracie Mansion; the official home of the Mayor of New York, built in the Federal style in 1799. The mesmerising Whitney Museum on 75th Street and Madison Avenue is a celebration of contemporary American art with a particular focus on living artists.
The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is located within the landmark Andrew Carnegie Mansion on Fifth Avenue, presenting 30 decades of American design. Explore the Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden open year round and completely free to enter. The 92nd Street Y is a world-class cultural and community centre with a packed schedule of literary readings, jazz concerts and lectures